Sandvine's Internet Phenomena Podcast aims to provide timely information, analysis and commentary on all topics that relate to making the Internet better; better for consumers, better for content and application developers and, better for the broadband and mobile data service providers who aim to provide the best quality of experience.
United States
6 episodes
since Jan, 2016


In episode 5 of Sandvine's Internet Phenomena Podcast, Dan Deeth, Media and Industry Relations Manager is joined by Matthew Trushinski, Product Marketing Managers to talk about Rio 2016 streaming Questions we answer include: -How are people streaming the Olympics? -What impact has streaming had on networks? -What devices are people using to stream? Like us? You should subscribe! iTunes: itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/sandv…d1077041134?mt=2 RSS: feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundclo…919/sounds.rss Recorded on August 12, 2016


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